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Some fungi trade phosphorus for plants' carbon
6/11/2019

Some fungi are savvy about which plants to trade nutrients with, a study published in Current Biology suggests. Researchers used advanced tracking methods on plants such as carrots to observe how fungi gather phosphorus from the ground and essentially barter it with plants rich in carbon, but the fungi get stingy with their phosphorus when plants don't have much carbon to trade.

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